Jaworski’s Freedom Day Golf Tournament Honors Military and First Responder Families
Folds of Honor will be hosting a mass golf outing to honor members of the military, first responders, and their families.
On July 3, more than 750 golfers of all skill levels will participate in playing 117 holes of exceptional golf across six Ron Jaworski Golfproperties in Pennsylvania and New Jersey to help the families of fallen of disabled service members and first responders.
Designed to benefit the national nonprofit Folds of Honor and its Eastern PA-NJ Chapter, the outing’s proceeds will help create life-changing scholarships for the spouses and children of these American Heroes.
Ron Jaworski Golf’s Freedom Day golf event will feature a celebrity athlete host at each course, special tee gifts, prizes, unique auction items, and much more. The format will be a 4-person scramble that kicks off with a 9 AM shotgun at all six Ron Jaworski Golf courses.
Registration for the event is $840 per team, or $210 per player, at Running Deer Golf Club, RiverWinds Golf and Tennis Club, Blue Heron Pines Golf Club, and Downingtown Country Club in Pennsylvania. Registration at Ramblewood Country Club and Valleybrook Country Club is $740 per team, or $185 per player.
“Nothing beats a day out on the green unless you are also raising support for the families of our military members and first responders,” added Ron Jaworski, CEO of Ron Jaworski Golf.
“It’s very exciting to partner with an organization that recognizes the service, contributions, and sacrifices of those who have and continue to serve our great nation,” stated Beth Simmons, President of the Eastern PA/NJ Chapter of Folds of Honor.
To register or become a sponsor for Ron Jaworski Golf’s Freedom Day, visit their website and select your desired course.
To learn more about the Eastern PA/NJ Chapter of Folds of Honor and their golf, sporting clays, and other events they are planning 2023, visit Folds of Honor.
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